Arizona HOA Laws

Legislative Update

This week is the final week for bills to be heard in committee in their house of origin.

The following is a list of HOA related bills that are in various stages of the legislative process.  Below is the bill number, a link to the bill and the current status...

Session Starts and First Bill Passed

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2015 Legislative Session

The 52nd Arizona Legislative Session kicked off Monday, January 12th. With 100 days in regular session, AAM will track bills pertinent to our industry and keep you apprised, posting updates on our website regularly.

The first day of session, incoming Governor Ducey gave his "State of the State" address and said his focus will be on education and the economy.  Less than a week into session, legislators already passed a bill which Governor Ducey signed Thursday, making Arizona the first state requiring students to pass a civics test in order to graduate high school.  This will affect the 2017 graduating class and requires students to prove they have a working knowledge of American government and history.

Legislative Recap - June 14

FREE 2014 Legislative Update

Saturday, June 14th from 9am-10am attorneys from Ekmark & Ekmark will be discussing the 2014 legislative session and bills that passed which affect HOAs.  Click here to register to attend at one of the various locations here in Arizona.

51st Arizona Legislative Session Has Adjourned

As of today, April 24, 2014, the 51st Arizona Legislative Session has adjourned.  Although typically 100 days long, this year’s session went 101 days and wrapped up around 1:45am in the morning.  The big issue surrounding Child Protective Services is expected to be addressed in a Special Session.

There were a few bills regarding homeowner associations that came up in this session; a few passed and the majority went by the wayside for this year.  An infographic regarding the Legislative process in its entirety can be viewed at:

Below is the list of bills that would impact homeowners’ associations that we have been tracking this session.  Bills that the Governor signs or has signed will take effect 90 days after the Legislature adjourns.

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Key Dates / Links

12th  Session Starts
20th  Last day for Senate to submit bills
26th  Last day for House to submit bills

2nd  Last day for Senate bills to be
9th  Last day for House bills to be
20th  Last day for committees to
          consider opposing house bills

20th  Last day for consideration of bills
           from opposing chambers

17th  Last day for bills to be considered
          in Conference Committee
21st  Last day for 7 day session
          extension to be filed
25th  100th day of session, session
           cannot extend without majority
           vote in both houses

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